Being able to go home for Thanksgiving is not always something that can be accomplished, especially if you work in retail. See how Steve deals with having his family spread across the United States and not being able to go home for Thanksgiving.
Some may find getting a reasonably sized tent out of its suspiciously compact bag and propped into personal sleeping quarters a profoundly arduous task. The level of difficulty also depends on the type of camping tents being set up. But with a little practice and preparation, pitching a tent will become second nature.
Father’s day is a ritual dating as far back as 1910, and is always celebrated on the third Sunday in June. This year, give Dad the gift of great gear whether it is a new backpack, camping stove, or a tent. These gifts are definitely gifts that keep Dad going outdoors.
Mark your calendar on June 23rd for the annual Great American Backyard Campout. Sponsored by the National Wildlife Federation, an environmental organization founded in 1935, this event aims to reconnect kids with nature so as to instill a lifetime appreciation for the outdoors.